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DEDICATION 




The self-effacing service rendered to the university 
by DR. JOHN C. GODBEY cannot be thought of without 
feeling the force and originality of his character. His 
scholarship, leadership, and human understanding have 
been recognized throughout his many years as Profes- 
sor and Head of the Department of Chemistry. 






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WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC 
WOMEN'S ADVISORY COUNCIL 





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Look this way, girls! 




Go ahead — toss 'er in! 





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Food — ain't it grand? 




Can't wait to make that class! 



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Peek-a-boo! 



The three Muskateers 




F : ~st flow Julia Berglund, Betty Blalock, Jane Chapin, Margaret Churchill, Pa- 
tricia Copeland, Beverly Dague, Betty Ann Doss, Sallie Falkenbury. 

Second flow: Jane Gillett, Helen Hair, Jonette Hall, Nancy Hamilton, Mar- 
iorie Hill, Emily Henderson, Carolyn Hensey, Paula Johnson. 

Third Row : Pauline Johnson, Ann Leeman, Hazen Lewis, Betty McCoy, Sammy 
McLelland, Felicia Melburn, Carrie Jo Mitchell, Nell Morin. 

Fourth flow: Lois Muckleroy, Joyce Peacock, Joan Dee Quinn, Ann Radenz, 
Edna Rankin, Lucille Reed, Ethel Rentfro, Coco Richert. 

Fifth Row: Betty Jean Robertson, Helen Marie Smith, Janey Smith, Sue Syler, 
Mildred Weiss, Lynn Winfree, Joan Young. 



ALPHA DELTA PI 




OFFICERS 

BETTY ANN CLENDENIN 
President 

JOAN EVANS 
Vice-President 

MARY HALLAUER 
Secretary 

HELEN BROWN 
Treasurer 





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DEITA 
DELTA 



First Row: Peggy Bodine, Kay Borden, Susan Burr, Gloria Chamberlian, Arden 

Daniel, Janice Daniel. 
Second Row: Clare Easley, Aline Easley, Carol Embry, Marilyn Hancock, 

Carol Ann Harter, Alicia Hodges. 
Third Row: Marilyn Keeling, Patricia McMaster, Ann McRoberts, Dorothy 

Monson, Catherine Morgan, LaDoris Morgan. 
Fzurth Row: Nelda Morgan, JoAnn Sanders, Audrey Thompson, Judy Wood, 

Virginia Wood. 
Noi Pictured : Virginia Ann Hasse 



OFFICERS 

CARRIE FRANCES McKINNEY 
President 

NELL CARMAN WILKENS 
Vice-President 

VIRGINIA SPENCER 

McMILLEN 

Secretary 

BETTY LEE CRUMP 
Treasurer 









Careful with that head ! ! ! 



Share and share alike! 





What's so funny? 





"Dear Bill' 



Baby, it's cold outside ! ! 



'Can't help loving that man!" 




After the victory??? 




D. Z. Barn Party— Great fun, huh ? ? 




First flow : Peggy Bergstrom, Pert Brown, Jeanette Causey, Mary Jo France. 
Second flow : Ellen Kenny, Carolyn Longley, Marcia Neuberger, Jan Peaslee. 
Third Row : Jean Porter, Martha Thomas, Ann Wilkinson, Marjorie Zimmerman. 
Not Pictured: Dixie Gordon. 



DELTA ZETA 



LORETTA DAVIS 
President 



JANE GALE 
Vice-President 



PHYLLIS REESE 
Secretary 



ROSEMARY KENNY 
Treasurer 









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Stack 'em in Layers 



Wake up, Mimi ! ! 




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First Row : Joyce Brown, Kathryn Burton, Nan Cornett, Clara Jo Dyche, Martha 
Bert Fox, Ina Ruth Garrison. 

Second Row: Mary Bert Hewitt, Patricia Horn, Betty Alice Houston, Betty 
Jasperson, Elaine Keith, Patti LaForge. 

Third Row: Mary Marney, Henrietta Miller, Jean Millican, Rosemary More- 
land, Janice Powell, Nancy Roesler. 

Fourth Row: Sue Ann Shipp, Ruth Simons, Sally Smoot, Muriel Wittbold, 
Maridel Youngblood. 

Not Pictured: Barbara Nash. 



MARGARET WINFREY 
President 

ELAINE BROADWELL 
Vice-President 

HELEN McKAY 
Secretary 

BARBARA NASH 

Treasurer 

(Not Pictured) 




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The Time, The Place and The Girl 



Watch the Floorshow 




Bring on the food! 



It's O. K. folks — They're married! 



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ZETA 

TAU 

AlPHA 



First How: Marjorie Bair, Patricia Bludworth, Sue Carper, Marina Chapa, Jo- 
Ann Clements, Diane Coats. 

Second Row: Shirley Crowder, Jacqueline Daniels, Mary Eddins, FranceE 
Grimes, Mabel Jentsch, Susan Kirkpatrick. 

Third Row: Norma Lee Roberts, Betty Ann Robertson, Mary Lou Sisserson, 
Dean Stinnett, Sally Stuebing, Phyllis Taylor, Mary Bess Vivian. 




OFFICERS 

ANNA LEUTWYLER 
President 

DELORES BRYAN 
Vice-President 

JEAN SEVERN 
Secretary 

JANE SHAFFER 
Treasurer 




INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATION 



First Row: Frances Aoki, Barbara Bazzell, Ruth Blasdel. Altha Brown, Melba 
Brown, Evelyn Bunk, Exa Mae Chambliss. 

Second Row: Marian Crossley. Loretta Dale, Betty Lou Daniels, Shirley Davis, 
Peggy Ann Davenport, Marilyn Dusek, Ann Eckman. 

Third flow: Betty Jean Fredericks, Anna Jean Godbey, Azeneth Guillen, Ra- 
mona Guinn, Roma Johnson, Helen Krywoszej, Elaine Le Blonde. 

Fourth flow: Jo Ann Long, Joyce Lovell, Valda Maeckel, Jo Mayfield, Jackie 
McGrath, Blanche Meek, Carson Meitzen. 

Fifth flow: Chloe Mitchell, Susan Rosson, Jackie Salmon, Barbara Singleton, 
Willa Steinman, Mary Strackbein, Kiyoko Tanabe. 

Sixth Row : Thelma Travland, Ann Truog, Bobbie Walker, Jamye Whatley, Eu- 
genia Williams, Kay Wolfer, Elinor Wyatt. 

Not Pictured: Jean Cummins, Jean Dabney, Patsy Foster. 




First Row: Jimmy Baines, Leslie Boone, Kelly Burkhart, David Cardwell, Joe 

Cavness, Harry Davis, Ricardo Diaz. 
Second Row: David Douglass. Joe Edwards, Loy Estes, Homer Florey, Irwin 

Gainer, Blitz Griifen, Julian Hovey. 
Third Row: Leslie Lovell. George Mitchell. Wallace Mitchell, John Mood, Bob 

Messer, James Riddle, James Robinson. 
Fourth Row: George Schulze, Lee Scott, Gordon Simmons, Robert Sledge, 

Jerry Smith, Ray Starnes, Earl Sullivan. 
Fifth Row: Charles Tanner, John Thompson, Boyce Vardiman, Tom Weisinger, 

Clyde Woods. 
Not Pictured: Don Byerley, M. T. Cage, James Gasparis, Russell Chaney, Jim 

Holbrook, Louis Page, Jack Ramey, David Wacker. 



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MARYNEAL JACKSON 
President 

WALTER LANGHAM 
Vice-President 

BONNIE JACKSON 
Secretary 

CHARLES MALESKY 
Program Chairman 





KAPPA ALPHA ORDER SWEETHEART 

{Jean Severn 







First Row: Max Ashley, Paul Baker, John Brigman, Erwin Colgin, Creighton 

Collins, Billy Dippel. 
Second How. William Flanders, Kenneth Garrett, Sul-Ross Harrington, John 

Vincent La Barbera, Donald Schumann, Thomas Franklin Stovall. 



KAPPA ALPHA 



OFFICERS 




WILLIAM LEE FOLSE 
President 

HARRY FRANK SEVERN 
Vice-President 

CLOVIS KENDRICK 
Secretary 

HENRY FLAK 
Treasurer 




KAPPA SIGMA DREAM GIRL 

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First flow: Sam Baker, Gilbert Castonon, John Douglas, Robert Duff, William 

Engvafl, Manson Glass. 
Second flaw: William Hays, Hal Kennedy, Ronld Parker, Bill Radetsky, 

Erwin Rost, Richard Rost. 
Third flow: Albert Sanders, Jack Seals, Stanley Smith, Robert Tulloch, Jack 

Walker, Guinn Williams, Hill Winfrey. 
Not Pictured : Armistead Davis, James Fenwick, Fred Guf f y, Richard Hays, Bev 

Henson, Pat Rowlings, Richard Thomas, Ellis Youngblood. 



KAPPA SIGMA 




OFFICERS 

BEV HENSON 
President 

BILL YOUNGBLOOD 
Vice-President 

MYRON DEES 
Master of Ceremonies 

BRADLEY MILLER 
Scribe 





Nice Smiles! 



What's so interesting, kids? 




Polishing the apple! 



Ain't life grand! 







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First flow: Jack Albright, Comer Alden, Gene Brack, Charles Burton, James 
Cardwell, Carl Culpepper, Roland Folse. 

Second flow: Robert Ford, George Holcomb, Fred Kight, Malcom Mathison, 
William Moore, Leslie Munson, Robert Peacock. 

Third flow: Kenneth Pennington, Ellsworth Peterson, John Powell, Richard 
Ray, John Rentfro, David Robertson, Pat Slater. 

Fourth flow: George W. Thompson, Frank Tyson, Russell Van Norman, Rob- 
ert Watson, Dick Werner, Donald Wolfe. 



DEITA 
THETA 




OFFICERS 

CHARLES DENNIS 
President 

FRANK DOUGLAS 
Vice-President 

DONALD PENNINGTON 
Secretary 

DAVID LEMBERG 
Treasurer 








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First Row: Tommy Bentley, Jimmy Berthold, Harold Chafin, Charles Dayton, 

Troy Dent, Paul Garcia, Paris Gibbs. 
Second How: Albert Gore, Billy Griffin, Eugene Hovey, Edgar Janac, LaRay 

Ledger, Bobby Lundgren, John McMillan. 
Third Row: Franklin Painter Frank Perry, Curtis Pickens, John Piercy, Joe 

Bert Sissom, Joe Watterson. 
Not Pictured: Hyman Fortinberry, Hugh Lucas, John Wiggins, 

Stanley Harwood. 



KAPPA 
ALPHA 




OFFICERS 

DON STOCKTON 
President 

EDWARD SLAUGHTER 
Vice-President 

BILL SLAUGHTER 
Secretary 

JOHN WIGGINS 
Treasurer 




Pctrlez-vous Francais? 




Kiyoko meets Bobbie. 




Pretty posing. 





Wishful thinking! 




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The road to education! 




Won't that buzzer ever ring? 



Buttons and bows! 




STUDENT 

ASSOCIATION 
OFFICERS 



BEV HENSON 
President 



NELDA MORGAN 
Secretary-Treasurer 




KELLY BURKHART 
Vice-President 




THE 
HONOR 
COUNCIL 



First Row: Joyce Brown, Kelly Burkhart, David Cardwell, Gloria Chamberlain, 

Shirley Davis. 
Second Row: Charles Dennis, Lee Folse, Roland Folse, Jane Gale, Albert Gore. 
Third Row: Maryneal Jackson, Anna Leutwyler, Charles Malesky, Bob 

Messer, Janice Powell. 
Fourth Row: Betty Jean Robertson, Robert Sledge, Guinn Williams, Elinor 

Wyatt. 
Not Pictured: Don Byerley 



The Honor system at Southwestern is based 
on the principal that a student when placed on 
his honor will not violate the trust. Under this 
system, in which the student is placed on his 
honor to keep the code set up by the Council, 
the Honor Council acts as co-ordinator and 
mediator. 

The Chairman of the Council is the Vice- 
President of the Student Association, who 
this year is Kelly Burkhart. Membership of the 
Council consists of the chairman, two mem- 



bers each from the Senior, Junior, and Sopho- 
more classes, and two members from the Stu- 
dent Senate. Also members, but carrying no 
vote, include one member from each sorority 
and fraternity, and one member each from 
the Independent boys and girls. 

The responsibility for continued existence 
of this Honor System rests upon the Honor 
Council. They must strive to impress upon the 
minds of the students the importance of do- 
ing their own work. 




First Row: Joe Cavness, Shirley Davis, Frank Douglass, Loy Estes, Jo Hall. 
Second Row: Mary Hallauer, Carol Harter, Helen McKay, Charles Malesky, 

Brad Miller. 
Third flow: Lois Muckelroy, Betty Jean Robertson, Albert Sanders. 



S. C. A. 
OFFICERS 



OFFICERS 
President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 

International Relations Commission 
Deputations 
Community Service 
Campus Service 
Publicity 



Personal Contact Women 

Men 
Social Chairman 



JOE CAVNESS 

MARY HALLAUER 

SHIRLEY DAVIS 

LOY ESTES 

BRAD MILLER 

CHARLES MALESKY 

FRANK DOUGLASS 

HELEN McKAY 

JONETTE HALL 

BETTY JEAN ROBERTSON 

CAROL HARTER 

ALBERT SANDERS 

LOIS MUCKELROY 



The Student Christian Associa- 
tion is an organization designed spe- 
cifically to co-ordinate the religious 
and other activities on the campus. 
It consists of the entire student 
body; certain persons are elected in 
a school-wide election to take charge 
of the functioning of the organiza- 
tion. The Student Christian Associa- 
tion Council is the name given to 
this body of officers. 




First Row: Kelly Paul Burkhart, Charles Dennis, Joann Evans, Lee Folse, 

Maryneal Jackson. 
Second Row: Mary Mamey, Robert Messer, Phyllis Reese, Nancy Roessler, 

Sallie Smoot. 
Not Pictured: Bev Henson. 



The 



WHO'S 
WHO 



4 + + Among Students 



In American Universities and Colleges 

is a national honor society for outstanding and representative students on 
American university and college campuses. Each year a secret faculty com- 
mittee nominates certain such students from among the senior group for 
membership in Who's Who. These candidates are approved by Who's Who, 
and members are officially notified of their membership and honor. 

Each year Who's Who publishes a book entitled Who's Who Among 
Students In American Universities and Colleges, and it is in this volume that 
the honored students receive their prime recognition. 




First Row: John V. Berglund, Kelly Burkhart, Gilbert Castanon, Joe Cavness, 
Charles Dennis. 

Second flow: Loy Estes, William C. Finch, Bob Messer, George Mitchell, 
Richard Ray. 

Third flow: John Hart Thompson, Harvey D. Watts, Bill Youngblood. Not pic- 
tured: Bev Henson. 



BLUE 
KEY 



Blue Key is a national honor- 
ary fraternity which was found- 
ed at the University of Florida 
in 1924 by B. C. Riley. This 
chapter was establised at 
Southwestern in 1948. The fac- 
ulty sponsor is Mr. Harvey 
Watts. The main emphasis of 
the organization is placed upon 
leadership and other activities. 



OFFICERS 

BOB MESSER 

President 

DON BYERLEY 

Vice-President 

KELLY BURKHART 

Secretary-Treasurer 

JOE CAVNESS 

Alumni Secretary 

BILL YOUNGBLOOD 

Corresponding Secretary 

HARVEY WATTS 

Sponsor 




First Row: Betty Ann Clendenin, Loretta Davis, Marilyn Dusek, Ann Eckman, 
Joann Evans Foster. 

Second Row: Mary Hallauer, Bonnie Jackson, Maryneal Jackson, Betty Mc- 
Coy, Mary Marney. 

Third Row: Nelda Morgan, Lois Muckelroy, Phyllis Reese, Nancy Roesler, 
Sallie Smoot. 



CARDINAL 
KEY 



OFFICERS 

NANCY ROESLER 
President 

PHYLLIS REESE 
Vice-President 

MARYNEAL JACKSON 
Secretary 

SALLIE SMOOT 
Treasurer 



The major purposes of the 
organization are: to recognize 
achievement in scholarship and 
extra-curricular activities; to ad- 
vance religion, patriotism, and 
service by affording training 
for leadership in the college 
community; and to develop 
character by application of the 
cardinal virtues of living. 




First Row : Margie Barnes, David Cardwell, Joe Cavness, Loy Estes, Mrs. Ruth 

Ferguson, James Hardin. 
Second Row: Dr. Claud Howard, Maryneal Jackson, Genelle Kalmbach, 

Rosemary Kenny, Mary Marney, Bob Messer. 
Third Row: Chloe Enda Mitchell, George Mitchell, La Doris Morgan, Leslie 

Munson, Robbie Sledge, Sallie Smoot, Elinor Wyatt. 



ALPHA 
CHI 



Alpha Chi originated at Southwestern as 
the Southwestern University Scholarship So- 
ciety in 1915. Later it became organized na- 
tionally and the name was changed to Alpha 
Chi. Members of the Texas Alpha chapter, the 
local society, are elected from among the top 
or ranking tenth of the junior and senior 
classes. Its aims are stimulation, development, 
and recognition of scholarship and character. 
Membership is considered the highest scho- 
lastic honor that can be conferred upon a stu- 
dent of Southwestern. 



OFFICERS 

BOB MESSER 
President 

GEORGE MITCHELL 
Vice-President 

MARY MARNEY 
Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. CLAUD HOWARD 

MRS. RUTH FERGUSON 

Sponsors 




DELTA 
OMICRON 



First Row : Gloria Chamberlain, Marina Chapa, Marilyn Dusek. Ann Eckman, 
Mary Bert Hewitt. 

Second Row: Bonnie Jane Jackson, Ann Leeman, Hazen Lewis, Carolyn Long- 
ley, Chloe Enda Mitchell. 

Third Row: Ann Radenz, Jamye Whatley, Eugenia Williams, Maridel Young- 
blood, Marjorie Zimmerman. 



MARILYN DUSEK 
President 

ANN ECKMAN 
1st Vice-President 

HAZEN LEWIS 
2nd Vice-President 

GLORIA CHAMBERLAIN 
Secretary 



Delta Omicron is a national pro- 
fessional music fraternity for women. 
The chapter on the Southwestern 
campus received its charter on April 
24, 1948. The purpose of the frater- 
nity is to foster musicianship among 
the women, create interest in Ameri- 
can composers and musicians, create 
interest in local musical talent, and 
provide an opportunity for social 
fellowship for its members. 




First flow : Elaine Broadwell. Marilyn Dusek, Ann Eckman, Ralph Jones, Bon- 
nie Jackson. ., - TT ** 
Second flow: Maryneal Jackson, Mary Marney, Betty McCoy, Henry Meyer, 

Chloe Mitchell. „ _ 

Third flow: Leslie Munson, John D. Richards, Sallie Smoot, Angus Springer, 

James Valone. 



Sigma Phi Alpha is a fine 
arts honor society which was 
formerly known as the Mozart 
Society. Membership is limited 
to students of junior and senior 
standing, who have at least an 
85 overall average, and who 
are doing creative work in the 
fields of music, literature, dra- 
ma, and art. 



SIGMA 

PHI 

ALPHA 



OFFICERS 

SALLIE SMOOT 
President 

LESLIE MUNSON 
Vice-President 

MARILYN DUSEK 
Secretary 




PI 

DELTA 
EPSILON 



First Row: John Berglund, Carl Bergquist, Leslie Boone, Claire Easley, Ruth 
Ferguson, William C. Finch, Mary Elizabeth Fox. 

Second Row: Jane Gale, George C. Hester, Claud Howard, Maryneal Jack- 
son, Rosemary Kenny, I. J. McCook, Betty McCoy. 

Third Row: Mary Marney, Henry Meyer, Brad Miller, Lois Muckleroy, Pearl 
Neas, Jan Peaslee, Phyllis Reese. 

Fourth Row: Charles Sinclair, Angus Springer, Oscar Ullrich, James Valone, 
Elinor Wyatt. 



OFFICERS 

LESLIE BOONE, JR. 
President 

SAMUEL BRADLEY MILLER 
Vice-President 

JANE GALE 
Secretary 

LOIS MUCKELROY 
Treasurer 



Pi Delta Epsilon was founded on 
Southwestern's campus on May 28, 
1950. It is a National Honorary Col- 
legiate Journalism Fraternity that 
strives to improve campus publica- 
tions and to create a keen interest in 
this field. Requirements for active 
membership are that the person 
must be a junior or senior and have 
had a year of experience as an edi- 
tor or assistant editor on a campus 
publication. 




First Row: Kelly Burkhart, Loretta Dale, Loretta Davis, George Dawson, Mary 

Eddins, William C. Finch, Roland Folse. 
Second Row: A. P. Friesen, Jane Gillett, J. C. Godbey, James Hardin, Bob 

Messer, Brad Miller, Henrietta Miller. 
Third flow: Richard Ray, Albert Sanders, Charles Sivells, Robert Sledge, 

David Tarazi, John Hart Thompson, O. A. Ullrich. 
Fourth flow: Bobbie Walker, R. M. Whitmore, Mary Wilcox, Donald Wolfe, 

Joan Young, Bill Youngblood. 



The Southwestern Science Society is an or- 
ganization of advanced students who have 
certain scholarship qualifications. One advanc- 
ed course in biology, chemistry, physics, or 
mathematics is required, and a second course 
in one of these subjects must be in progress. 
The purpose of the society is the promotion 
of the scientific spirit in the lives of individuals. 
The society is active locally and is affiliated 
with the Texas Academy of Science and with 
the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science. 



SCIENCE 
SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 

KELLY BURKHART 
President 

BOB MESSER 
Vice-President of Chemistry 

BRAD MILLER 
Vice-President of Biology 

LORETTA DALE 
Vice-President of Mathematics 

JAMES HARDIN 
Vice-President of Physics 

JOAN YOUNG 
Secretary-Treasurer 

LORETTA DAVIS 
Historian 

DR. J. C. GODBEY 
Sponsor 




First Row: Jack Albright, Marjorie Barnes, Tommy Bentley, Kelly Burkhart, 
George Dawson, Charles Dayton. 

Second Row: Billy Dipple, Roland Folse, Paul Garcia, Bob Messer, Brad Mil- 
ler, Donald Pennington. 

Third Row: Albert Sanders, Don Schumann, Bobbie Walker, Hill Winfrey. 

Not Pictured: Creighton Collins. 



SOUTHWESTERN PRE-MEDICAl ASSSOCIATION 



The Pre-Medical Association 
is an organization for students 
who are preparing to enter the 
medical profession. Its purpose 
is to further interest in the prac- 
tical aspect of pre-med study, 
to add to and broaden the 
study of pre-med, and to ac- 
quaint students with branches 
of the profession, methods, and 
leading members of the profes- 
sion. 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE DAWSON 
President 

CHARLES DAYTON 
Vice-President 

BOBBIE WALKER 
Secretary-Treasurer 




First Row: Comer Alden, Joyce Brown, Pat Brown, Jeanette Causey, Marina 

Chapa, Jimmy Coronado, Beverly Dague. 
Second Row: Ricardo Diaz, Mary Eddins, Anna Jean Godbey, Helen Hair, 

Nancy Hamilton, Pat Horn, Susan Kirkpatrick. 
Third Row: Lucille Reed, David Robertson, Dan Rodriquez, Steve Rodnquez, 

Jean Severn, Jane Shaffer, Ruth Simmons. 
Fourth Row: Joe Bert Sissom, Sue Syler, Audrey Thompson, Ann Wilkinson, 

Ginger Wood, Elinor Wyatt. 



HISPANIC 
SOCIETY 



The Hispanic Society is composed of those 
students who are interested in the study oi 
Spanish. The society presents programs and 
holds all meetings in Spanish. 



OFFICERS 

ELINOR FRANCES WYATT 
President 

ANNA JEAN GODBEY 
Vice-President 

MARY EDDINS 
Secretary 

JOE BERT SISSOM 
Treasurer 

LUCILLE REED 
Reporter 




First Row: Peggy Bodine, Elaine Broadwell, Betty Crump, Janice Daniel, Clara 
Jo Dyche, Aline Easley. 

Second Row: Jane Gale, Ellen Kenny, Rosemary Kenny, Bernice Mann, Jo 
Mayfield, Lucille Reed. 

Third Row: Jacgueline Salmon, Mary Lou Sisserson, Dean Stinnett, Nell Car- 
man Wilkins, Ann Wilkinson. 



PEMS 



OFFICERS 



The PEMS is an organization for those girls 
who are majoring or minoring in physical edu- 
cation or those who are interested in some 
phase of sports. Its purpose is to develop in- 
terest in health and sports, and to further skill 
in playing and calling games. 



BETTY CRUMP 
President 

JANE GALE 
Vice-President 



ELAINE BROADWELL 
Secretary 

MARY LOU SISSERSON 
Treasurer 




First Row: John Ruth Ashen, Peggy Bergstrom. Pat Brown, Susan Burr, 

Jeanette Causey, Betty Crump. 
Second flow: Arden Daniel, Shirley Davis, Joann Evans, Mary Jo trance, 

Anna Jean Godbey, Maryneal Jackson. 
Third flow: Paula Johnson, Pauline Johnson, Elaine LeBlond, Valda Maeckel, 

Mary Marney, Felicia Melburn. 
Fourth Row: Henrietta Miller, Ann Radenz, Mary Lou Sisserson, Elizabeth 

Vivion, Mildred Weiss, Ann Wilkinson, Elinor Wyatt. 
Not Pictured: Barbara Nash. 



GLAMZON 



OFFICERS 




BARBARA NASH 

(Not Pictured) 

President 

CLARE EASLEY 
Vice-President 

JANE GILLETT 
Second Vice-President 

KAY BORDEN 
Secretary 

MARCIA NEUBERGER 
Treasurer 




ECONOMICS 
CLUB 



OFFICERS 

LOIS MUCKELROY 
President 

KAY McKINNEY 
Vice-President 

ROSEMARY KENNY 
Secretary 

CAROL HARTER 
Treasurer 



First Row: Betty Blalock, Kay Borden, Dolores Bryan, Susan Burr, Sue Carper, 

Jane Chapin. 
Second Row: Shirley Crowder, Claire Easley, Carol Emery, Joann Evans, 

Marilyn Hancock, Carol Ann Harter. 
Third Row: Paula Johnson, Pauline Johnson, Ellen Kenny, Rosemary Kenny, 

Anna Leutwyler, Kay McKinney. 
Fourth flow: Ann McRoberts, Felicia Melburn, Catherine Morgan, Nell Morin, 

Lois Muckelroy, Edna Rankin. 
Fifth Row: Ethel Rentfro, Cora Richert, Virginia Wood. 



The Home Economics Club is an organization 
for girls especially interested in this field. Composed 
primarily of home economics students, it is, how- 
ever, open to all girls who may wish to join. The 
purpose of the club is to increase interest in the 
study of home management, child care and develop- 
ment and other similar problems. It also provides 
stimulation of practical and social study of home 
economics. 




First Row: Bair. Berglund. Blaylock, Borden Brown. Brown. Chapa. 
Se?ond Row: Chopin. Clendenin Copeland Crossley Crump. Dague, Dale. 
Third Row: Davis, Doss Dyche Eddms Eckrnan. E^Fox^ 




KAPPA 
PHI 



OFFICERS 

SALLIE SMOOT 
President 

PHYLLIS REESE 
Vice-President 

BETTY ALICE HUSTON 
Secretary 

NORMA JO MAYFIELD 
Treasurer 



First Row: Morin, Muckleroy, Neuberger, Porter, Reed, Reese, Robertson. 
Second Row : Robertson, Rosson, Salmon, Shipp, Simons, Smoot, Stainman. 
Third Row : Syler, Tanabe, Tarazi, Thrash, Travland, Trimble, Vivion. 
Fourth Row: Walker, Weiss, Wilkinson, Winfrey, Whitbold, Youngblood, 
Zimmerman. 



Kappa Phi is a national Methodist Girls' Club 
and was founded on this campus in 1947. It is both 
a religious and social organization and its chief 
purpose is to train every Christian girl in the uni- 
versity world today to become a leader in the 
church of tomorrow. 




First Row: Alden, Aoki, Bcrines. Bodine, Boone Brack J. Brown- Crosslev 

Second Row: Burkhart, Bunk. Chamberlain. Chambhss, Copeland. Crossley, 

Thirdfow: Davenport. H. Davis, S. Davis, Dennis, Diaz. D. Douglass. Eckman. 

Fourth Row: Estes, Fox, Garcia, Garrison, Guillen, Hair. 

Fifth Row: Hallauer, Hamilton, Hewitt, Holcombe. Horwood, Houston, 

Sixth Row^' Jackson. Jasperson, E. Kenny, R. Kenny, Kight, Langham, 
LeBlond. 




KAPPA 
CHI 



First Row: Lehmberg, Lewis, Lovell, Lundgren, Malesky, Marney, McGrath. 

Second Row: Meek, C. Mitchell, G. Mitchell, Mood, L. Morgan, N. Morgan, 
Perry. 

Third Row : Ramey, Reed, Reese, Riddle, Roberts, B. Robertson, D. Robertson. 

Fourth Row: J. Robinson, Roesler, Rosson, Salmon, Scott, Simons, Janey Smith. 

Fifth Row: Jerry Smith, Starnes, G. Thompson, J. Thompson, Travland, Truog, 
B. Walker. 

Sixth Row: Watterson, Weiss, Wilkinson, G. Williams, Wittbold, Wolfer, Zim- 
merman. 



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First Row: Ann Wildinson, Eugenia Williams, Kay McKinney, Nancy Roesler, 
Hazen Lewis, Mr. John Richards, Betty McCoy, Marilyn Dusek, Beverly 
Dague, Betty Jasperson, Maryneal Jackson, Shirley Davis. 

Second Row : Ann Leeman, Pat Copeland, Gloria Chamberlain, Marilyn Keel- 
ing, Marina Chapa, Carolyn Longley, Kay Bordon, Susan Rossen. 

Third Row: Kathryn Burton, Jane Thrash, James Robinson, Robbie Sledge, 
David Douglas, John Piercy, Joe Cavness, Ann Eckman. 

Fourth Row: John Hart Thompson, David Robertson, Charles Malesky, Jerry 
Smith, John Wiggins, George Holcomb, Stanley Horwood, Jimmy Riddle, 
Jack Seals, Charles Dennis. 

Fifth Row : Tommy Weisinger, Ray Starnes, Albert Gore, Leslie Munson, Frank 
Perry. 



MR. JOHN RICHARDS, Director 



Members of the A'Cappella Choir are care- 
fully selected by Mr. Richards, director of the 
choir. They must first sing with either the 
Girls' or the Men's Chorus before they may be 
eligible to try out for the A'Cappella Choir. 
The Choir sings for the chapel service each 
week. 

The A'Cappella Choir is known throughout 
the state for quality of singing and excellence 
of performance. 




SOUTHWESTERN 



MAGAZINE STAFF 



OFFICERS 

MARY MARNEY 
Editor 

CURTIS PICKENS 
Assistant Editor 

CLARE EASLEY 
Feature Editor 

ELAINE BROADWELL 
Art Editor 

BOB MESSER 
Assistant Art Editor 

MUHAMMAD ASAF 

DAVID CARDWELL 

JANE GALE 

MARY BERT HEWITT 

MARYNEAL JACKSON 

SALLIE SMOOT 

MURIEL WITTBOLD 

Feature Writers 

ELLEN KENNY 

ROSEMARY KENNY 

Layout Editors 




Elinor Wyatt and Hal Kennedy 



Seated: Betty Lou Daniels, Eli- 
nor Wyatt, Pat Brown, Susan 
Kirkpatrick. 

Standing : David Robertson, 
Max Ashley, Hal Kennedy. 



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MEGAPHONE 

STAFF 



OFFICERS 

ELINOR WYATT 

Editor 

BOBBY FORD 

HALL KENNEDY 

Assistant Editors 

DAVID ROBERTSON 

Feature Editor 
BETTY LOU DANIELS 

Society Editor 

VINCENT LaBARBARA 

BLANCHE MEEK 

JEAN DABNEY 

JO ANN MORGAN 

PAT BROWN 

SUSAN KIRKPATRICK 

Reporters 

HARRY DAVIS 

Student Business Manager 

CHARLES SINCLAIR 

Student Assistant 

Business Manager 

ANGUS SPRINGER 

Sponsor 





Phyllis Reese and Brad Miller. 



PHYLLIS REESE 
Editor 

BRAD MILLER 
Assistant Editor 

ELLEN KENNY 
IRVIN GAINER 
Faculty Editors 

ROSEMARY KENNY 
FRANK PERRY 
Senior Editors 

JANE GALE 

BERT FOX 

Junior Editors 

NELL MORIN 

LEE SCOTT 

Sophomore Editors 



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SOU' WESTER 
STAFF 



JO ANN LONG 

MAX ASHLEY 

Freshman Editors 

MABEL JENTSCH 

CURTIS PICKINS 

JAN PEASLEE 

Organization Editors 

FRANK DOUGLASS 
SUSAN BURR 
Sports Editors 

SUSAN KIRKPATRICK 

JEAN PORTER 

Snapshots 

MAC MATHISON 

ROBBIE SLEDGE 

Art Editors 

ANN McROBERTS 

JO FRANCE 

PAT BROWN 

General Assistants 

CLUCK'S STUDIO 

CARL BERGQUIST 

CLAUDE McLELLAND 

J. P. CROWE 

Photographers 




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Miss jCcis M^ckelroy 




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Miss Catherine Morgan 




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Miss Jacqueline Mc&atk 




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Misses Joyce Brown, Rosemary Moreland, 
Maridel Youngblood, Patti La Forge. 



ALL SCHOOL BEAUTY CONTEST 



Presented each year by the annual staffs sponsorship, 
this is one of the most impressive and beautiful pageants of 
the school year, as these photos testify. 



Misses Sue Carper, Marina Chapa, Jane 
Shaeffer, Dolores Bryan. 



Mrs. Jean Reid Severn, All- 
School Beauty of 1951, presents 
bouquet to astonished Patti. 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 




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Misses Carol Embry, Catherine Morgan, 
Aline Easley, Marilyn Keeling. 



INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATION 



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Misses Ann Truog, Jacqueline McGrath, 
Patricia Joseph, Jo Ann Long. 



Did you ever see such smiles? 





DELTA ZETA 



Misses Ann Wilkinson, Martha Thomas, 
Jane Gale. 



SOCIALS 




Formals, when all 
is at its best, are 
among the happiest 
of times. 




Here the Zetas dine 
at Christmas, the A 
D Pi's dance at Mar- 
di Gras, and the Del- 
ta Zetas prepare to 
cut the cake. 




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Sinq-song? 




Where the Elite meet 
to eat. 





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Singing to lure the possum. 
Singing to lure the Mood Hallite. 




AND UNFORMAL 





Smiling through 




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Merry Christmas! 





Three ways to serve it. 



One way to eat it. 




Kay Wolfer twirling to the Barb's 
choral background. 




A touch of the Orient, as the Zeta's take 
over most honorable Radio Tokio. 




THE VARIETY SHOW 



Phi Mu's and Phi Deltas celebrating the 
arrival of the shrimp boats. 



An annual feature of the beauty re- 
view, and varying from burlesque to bal- 
lerina dancing, the Variety Show gives 
vent to Southwestern s abundant talent, 
as these enjoyable moments show. 



Lee Folse lets the A D Pi's inspect his pro- 
digious Kroy machine. 




Drama from "Stranger in the House' 




Comedy, faculty style, in 
"Charley's Aunt" 



Adventure in the mysterious 
forest, into which the "Dear Bru- 
tus" has stepped. 




MASK AND WIG 

Audience-eye views of some of the 
best campus activities of the year, 
the Mask and Wig productions. 



Always plenty of worry. 




At last, t h e curtain's 
about to rise on "Papa is 
All." 




Parlctnt Francais dans le Vieux Carre 



FIELD TRIPS 



Not all of the year's activities 
took place on the campus, and 
excursions to New Orleans, 
Monterrey, and to numerous in- 
dustrial concerns gave insight 
and added interest to students, 
who seem to look the same 
everywhere. 




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Boarding E. B. Germany's 
plane for Dangerfield. 




But there is a serious side to the myriad of activities constituting the extra- 
curricular year at Southwestern; and this most important phase is reflected 
here in these pictures which capture the dignity, the grace, and the beauty of 
these memorable events. 






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COACH R. M. MEDLEY, Pirate Mentor 



PIRATES' SEASON RECORD 



Southwestern 


45 


St. Edward's 


64 


Southwestern 


46 


St. Mary's 


67 


Southwestern 


46 


East Texas Baptist 


81 


Southwestern 


37 


East Texas Baptist 


61 


Southwestern 


49 


St. Edward's 


66 


Southwestern 


48 


Texas Lutheran 


72 


Southwestern 


52 • 


Daniel Baker 


51 


Southwestern 


54 


Daniel Baker 


57 


Southwestern 


55 


St. Mary's 


63 


Southwestern 


55 


Texas Lutheran 


46 


Southwestern 


37 


Texas Wesleyan 


63 


Southwestern 


36 


Texas Wesleyan 


60 


Southwestern 


65 


Corpus Christi U. 


59 


Southwestern 


52 


Corpus Christi U. 


50 


Southwestern 


63 


Corpus Christi U. 


53 


Southwestern 


49 


Corpus Christi U. 


51 




Leslie "Spider" West — 6' 4" — 
Forward — Senior — Waco — 
Demon under the back 
boards 



Donald "Stix" Pennington — 6' 
6" center — Senior — George- 
town — Great rebounder and 
high scorer tor last two sea- 
sons made All-Conference 
this year 





David , "Moon" McMillian — 6' 
1" — forward — Senior — 
Thorndale — Left handed 
long shot artist 




Joe Edwards — 6' — guard — Sen- 
ior — M a r 1 i n — Hustling 
main stay 



Don Byerley — 5' 11" — guard 
Senior — El Campo — Ace 
defensive man 





Edgar Janac — 5' 11" — guard 
— Junior — Spring — Spark- 
plug of the Pirate five 




Kenneth "Preacher" Reid — 6' 
— forward — Senior — Round 
Rock — Fast breaking tor- 
ward 




Kenneth "Twiggs" Pennington 
— 6' 3" — center — Freshman 
— Georgetown — Promising 
player 




Joe Cavness — 5' 8" — guard — 
Senior — Austin — Scrap- 
ping ball hawk 




John Hart Thompson — 5' 10" — 
guard — Senior — Marlin — 
Lively tloor man 




Russell Chaney — 6'1" — guard 
Junior — Sulphur Springs — 
Bright spot tor next year 




Jack "Ears" Ramey — 6' 2"— 
forward — Junior — Sulphur 
Springs — Back to lead the 
Pirates in '53 





David Cardwell— 6' 1"— forward 
— Junior — Junction — Re- 
serve slated for plenty of ac- 
tion next season 



Eugene Hovey — 6' — guard 
— Freshman — La Porte — Up 
and coming Freshman 




Gilbert Castanon — San Antonio — Manager for Pirate athletics 
for the last two seasons 




MEN'S 
INTRAMURAL SPORTS 



FOOTBALL ALL-STARS 
Top row : 

Folse, Douglass, West, 
Davis, Werner, and Folse 
Middle row: 

Schulze, Burkhart, Har- 
wood, Cardwell, and Den- 
nis 

Bottom row: 

Cavness, Hicks, Simmons, 
Carroll, and Tyson 



INTRAMURAL 
FOOTBALL CHAMPS 



KAPPA SIGMA 
FRATERNITY 
Top row: 

Baker, Tolloch, Hayes, 
Rost, and Williams 
Bottom row : 

Rost, Glass, Duff, Miller, 
and Sanders 
Mascots: Buster and 
George 





INTER-FRATERNITY 
FOOTBALL CHAMPS 



KAPPA ALPHA 
FRATERNITY 
Top row: 

Colgin, Harrington, Brig- 
ham, Schumann, Kendrick 
Middle row : 

Flak, La Barbera, Severn, 
Petterson, Kelly, Hopkins, 
Folse 

Bottom row: 

Dippel, Garrett, Carroll, 
Collins, Hicks, Tolbert 



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WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL ALL-STARS 



Top row: Chamberlain, Morgan, Muckelroy, Gale 
Bottom row: Chapin, Wilkinson, Crump, Powell 



WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS 

INDEPENDENT GIRLS 
Top row: Weiss, LeBlond, Ashen, Davis, Salmon 
Bottom row: Fredericks, Trimble, Long, Mayfield, Foster 





TRACK 



LEE FOLSE, 190 lb. Sen- 
ior from Beaumont, won 
2nd place in the Confer- 
ence Javelin Throw. He 
also won 5th place in the 
Border Olympics. 



"STIX" PENNINGTON, 
6'6" Senior from George- 
town, won 2nd place in 
t h e Conference High 
Jump. 





PIRATE BASEBALL SQUAD 



Too row -Rodriguez, Coronado, Rowlings. Culpepper, Norton 

MrtduZ T&Urnon, mgr.. Baker. Cavness, Hovey. Smith. Byerley. Ramey. 

BonomTowSpson. Douglass. Lehmberg. Choney. Edwords. Severn, Go.- 
breath, Reid, Radetsky 



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FRESHMAN OFFICERS 



JOHN POWELL 
President 

CATHERINE MORGAN 
Vice-President 

ANN TRUOG 
Secretary 




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JOHN EDWIN 

ALBRIGHT, JR. 

Marshall, Texas 




FINE GORDON 

BEDFORD, JR. 

Galveston, Texas 




GENE MARTIN BRACK 
San Antonio, Texas 





FRANCES YASAKO 

AOKI 
Aieu, Oahu, T. H. 




JULIA BERNE 

BERGLUND 

Georgetown, Texas 





JOHN RUTH ASHEN 
Houston, Texas 




JIMMIE SUE BOHANAN 
Georgetown, Texas 








MAX GRAY ASHLEY 
San Saba, Texas 




FRANCES KATHRYN 

BORDEN 

Abilene, Texas 







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MELBA LEE BROWN 
Waco, Texas 



JOHN TURMAN 

BRIGMAN 

Uvalde, Texas 



ALTHA MAUREEN 

BROWN 

Waco, Texas 




HATTIE SUE CARPER 
Uvalde, Texas 



NAN LENOIR 

CORNETT 

Port Lavaca, Texas 



EVELYN JANET 

BUNK 
Newgulf, Texas 




RUTH JEANETTE 

CAUSEY 
Eagle Lake, Texas 




SUSAN ELIZABETH 

BURR 
New Braunfels, Texas 




EXA MAE 

CHAMBLISS 

Sweeny, Texas 




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JAMES LOVE 

CARDWELL 

Junction, Texas 




PATRICIA ANN 

COPELAND 

San Antonio, Texas 




JANICE VIVIAN 

DANIEL 

Dallas, Texas 



MARIAN FAYE 

CROSSLEY 

Madisonville, Texas 



SHIRLEY JANET 

CROWDER 

Luling, Texas 




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BETTY LOU DANIELS 
Waco, Texas 




CAROL EMBRY 
Alice, Texas 




DONALD P. FORD 
Taylor, Texas 





HARRY OLIVER 

DAVIS, JR. 

Fredericksburg, Texas 




WILLIAM RAY 

ENGVALL 

Georgetown, Texas 




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BETTY ANNE DOSS 
Highlands, Texas 




WILLIAM ROYAL 

FLANDERS 

Houston, Texas 





JOHN CHARLES 

DOUGLASS 
Calesbad, N. Mex. 




HOMER EDGAR 

FLOREY, JR. 

Corpus Christi, Texas 




JOSE PABLO GARCIA 
El Paso, Texas 



MARY JOAN FRANCE 
Houston, Texas 



IRVIN LEE GAINER 
Holland, Texas 




KENNETH LYNN 

GARRETT 

Uvalde, Texas 




BETTY FAYE 

GUESS 

Georgetown, Texas 




MARILYN LORETTA 

HANCOCK 

Marlin, Texas 





ROBBIE JEAN GIBBS 
Georgetown, Texas 



RAMONA FRANCES 

GUINN 

Old Glory, Texas 




WILLIAM MARVIN 
GRIFFIN, JR. 
Elgin, Texas 




HELEN JANE HAIR 
La Porte, Texas 





FRANCES GRIMES 
Georgetown, Texas 



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HAMILTON 
Tyler, Texas 




CAROLYN ELIZABETH 

HINSEY 

Fort Stockton, Texas 



SUL-ROSS 

HARRINGTON, JR. 

Bay City, Texas 



WILLIAM KENDALL 

HAYS 

Belton, Texas 






GEORGE ROLAND 

HOLCOMBE 

Houston, Texas 













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JENTSCH 

Pharr, Texas 




PATRICIA RUTH 

JOSEPH 
Georgetown, Texas 




MILDRED PATRICIA 

HORN 

Uvalde, Texas 




PAULA SOPHIA 

JOHNSON 
Galveston, Texas 



JULIAN FREDERICK 

HOVEY 

La Porte, Texas 




PAULINE FLORENCE 

JOHNSON 

Galveston, Texas 




LERTER EUGENE 

HOVEY 
La Porte, Texas 




ROMA FAY JOHNSON 
Austin, Texas 




ELIZABETH SUSANNAH 

KIRKPATRICK 

Hillsboro, Texas 



MARILYN KEELING 
Mexia, Tdxas 



FRED HOLMAN KIGHT 
Austin, Texas 




HELENA A. 

KRYWOSZEJ 

Sutherland, Texas 




ANN McROBERTS 
San Antonio, Texas 




ROSEMARY MORELAND 
Houston, Texas 





WALTER NEIL 

LANGHAM 

Agua Dulce, Texas 



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FELICIA ANN MELBURN 
Georgetown, Texas 




JO ANN LONG 
Oilton, Texas 




CAROL JEAN 

MILLICAN 

Bend, Texas 





ROBERT EMIL 
LUNDGREN 
Elgin, Texas 




BILLY CLIFF MOORE 
Tomball, Texas 




VERNON FRANK 

PERRY, II 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



CATHERINE TALMADGE 

MORGAN 

Orange, Texas 



KENNETH WAYNE 

PENNINGTON 
Georgetown, Texas 




FLOY D ELL SWORTH 

PETERSON 

Georgetown, Texas 




BETTY ANN 
ROBERTSON 
Taylor, Texas 




GEORGE A. 

SCHULTZ, JR. 

Gonzales, Texas 




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New Braunfels, Texas 




DAVID HEARNE 

ROBERTSON 
Weslaco, Texas 




EDNA DUNCAN 

RANKIN 
Galveston, Texas 




JAMES ALLEN 
ROBINSON, JR. 
Victoria, Texas 





CORA MARIA RICHERT 
Beaumont, Texas 




DONALD ARTHUR 

SCHUHMANN 

Giddings, Texas 




BARBARA JEAN 
SINGLETON 
Lyford, Texas 



RICHARD LEE SCOTT 
San Antonio, Texas 



JO ANN SIMMONS 
Florence, Texas 




PAT GILMORE SLATER 
Lufkin, Texas 




MARTHA MONEMA 

THOMAS 
Georgetown, Texas 




THELMA DELORES 

TRAVLAND 

Corpus Christi, Texas 





JERRY JAY SMITH 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



AUDREY JOY 

THOMPSON 

Uvalde, Texas 



MARTHA SUE SYLER 
Newton, Texas 




GEORGE WILLIAM 
THOMPSON 
Devine, Texas 





CHARLES RHEA 

TANNER 
Port Arthur, Texas 




ROBERT REDD TOLBERT 
Wadmalow Island, S. C. 



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ROBERT E. TULLOCH, III 
Belton, Texas 



MARY PHYLLIS TRIMBLE 
Houston, Texas 



ANN TRUOG 
Corpus Christi, Texas 




ROBERT ELLIS 
WATSON, JR. 
Waco, Texas 




HILL WINFREY, JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 



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WHATLEY 

Odem, Texas 



NANCY LYNN 

WINFREE 
McAllen, Texas 



EUGENIA WILLIAMS 
Waco, Texas 





MARIDEL YOUNGBLOOD 
Beaumont, Texas 



NOT PICTURED: 



BENJAMIN ROLAND 

CARROLL 

Houston, Texas 

KENYON FORD 

CLAPP 
Uvalde, Texas 

JONES SALLER 

CLEMENT 
Thorndale, Texas 

CREIGHTON 
BARNES COLLINS 
Port Arthur, Texas 

JACKSON 

LARRIMORE CROW 

Athens, Texas 

JAMES REGINALD 

GALBREATH 
Georgetown, Texas 



VIRGINIA LEE 

WOOD 
Uvalde, Texas 



ALVIN MANSON GLASS 
Georgetown, Texas 

JACK HICKS 
Waco, Texas 

BART HOPKINS 
Galveston, Texas 

MARY LEE TUCKER 

JOHNSTON 
Georgetown, Texas 

DUE RANDER 

MOORE, III 

Georgetown, Texas 

BARRY JOEL NORTON 
Galveston, Texas 

JAMES DOUGLASS 

RIDDLE 
San Antonio, Texas 





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OFFICERS 



ROLAND FOLSE 
President 

FRANK DOUGLASS 
Vice-President 

HAZEN LEWIS 
Secretary-Treasurer 



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FRANK DOUGLASS 





HAZEN LEWIS 




BARBARA ANN 

BAZZELL 

Sinton, Texas 



ELIZABETH CAROLYN 

BLALOCK 

Mission, Texas 



COMER MEDLIN 

ALDEN, JR. 
Brownsville, Texas 

JIMMY DALTON 

BAINES 

Pampa, Texas 



THOMAS GRANT 

BENTLEY 

Waco, Texas 




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SAMUEL HARVEY 

BAKER 

De Leon, Texas 



RUTH ISABEL 

BLASDEL 

Richmond, Texas 



MARY KATHRYN 

BURTON 
Houston, Texas 




PATRICIA ARNIM 

BLUDWORTH 
San Antonio, Texas 



DOLORES ALLENE 

BRYAN 
Wichita Falls, Texas 



HAROLD MEDIE 

CHAFIN 

Georgetown, Texas 

JANE HOPE CHAPIN 
Fort Davis, Texas 




IRWIN EDWARD 

COLGIN 

Waco, Texas 

JAMES ROBERT 

COOKE, JR. 
Granger, Texas 



BEVERLY JANE 

DAGUE 
Harlingen, Texas 

LUCILE ARDEN 

DANIEL 

Dallas, Texas 





JACQUELINE DANIELS 
Coolidge, Texas 





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BILLY IRA DIPPEL 
Giddings, Texas 


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wn, Texas 




MARY FAVRE 

EDDINS 

Georgetown, Texas 

SALLIE LEA 
FALKENBURY 
Bellaire, Texas 



JIMMIE SEGUEDA 

CORONADO 
Georgetown, Texas 



BILLY CHARLES 

DAYTON 
Liberty Hill, Texas 




FRANK RUSSELL 

DOUGLASS 

Goliad, Texas 



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JANE GILLETT 
Georgetown, Texas 




JOHN ROLAND 

FOLSE 
Beaumont, Texas 

ROBERT CLARKE 

FORD, JR. 

Bartlett, Texas 




MARTHA BERT FOX 
Nederland, Texas 

BETTY JEAN 
FREDERICKS 
Lyford, Texas 




PATSY EUNICE 

FOSTER 

Bryan, Texas 



ELMER GLAZENER 
Nolanville, Texas 



JONETTE HALL 
Bryan, Texas 



EMILY JOYCE 

HENDERSON 

Georgetown, Texas 



CAROL ANN HARTER 
Marlin, Texas 




MARY BERT HEWITT 
Georgetown, Texas 

BETTY ALICE HUSTON 
Trinity, Texas 




JACQUELINE RUTH 

McGRATH 

Houston, Texas 




DORTHY ELAINE 

KEITH 
Georgetown, Texas 

GENE HAL KENNEDY 
Grand Saline, Texas 




DAVID FREDERIC 

LEHMBERG 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

MARION HAZEN LEWIS 
Corpus Christi, Texas 




ELLEN PATRICIA 

KENNY 

Sinton, Texas 



HELEN LOUISE McKAY 
Houston, Texas 



PATRICIA NELL 

McMASTERS 
Florence, Texas 



BLANCHE VIRGINIA 

MEEK 

Dallas, Texas 



CHARLES ADAM 

MALESKY, JR. 
San Antonio, Texas 




HENRIETTA LOUISE 

MILLER 

Bay City, Texas 

WALLACE ARTHUR 

MITCHELL 

Temple, Texas 




DOROTHY JANE 

MONSON 

Dallas, Texas 

NELL JEANNE MORIN 
Houston, Texas 



MARCIA ELAINE 

NEUBERGER 
Brownsville, Texas 

ROBERT LOUIS 

PEACOCK 
New Orleans, La. 





WILLIAM ALLEN 

MUNSON 
Georgetown, Texas 



LAWRENCE CURTIS 

PICKENS 

Dallas, Texas 



MARY JANICE 

POWELL 

Richland Springs, Texas 



MARTHA ANN RANDEZ 
Houston, Texas 



MARGUERITE LUCILLE 

REED 

Holland, Texas 




WILLIAM HENRY 

RADETSKY 
San Antonio, Texas 



MRS. ETHEL 

CHILTON RENTFRO 

Marlin, Texas 

NORMA LEE ROBERTS 
San Antonio, Texas 




DANIEL Z. RODRIGUEZ 
Georgetown, Texas 

STEVE RODRIGUEZ 
Georgetown, Texas 




RICHARD EARL ROST 
Giddings, Texas 

JACQUELINE SALMON 
Stockdale, Texas 




ERWIN ROSS ROST 
Giddings, Texas 



ALBERT EARNEST 

SANDERS 
Fort Worth, Texas 



SUE ANN SHIPP 
Trinity, Texas 



THOMAS FRANKLIN 

STOVALL 

Georgetown, Texas 




MARY LOUISA 

SISSERSON 
Cleburne, Texas 



JANE IRENE SMITH 
Houston, Texas 



SALLY JANE 

STUEBING 

Beaumont, Texas 

EARL DAVID 

SULLIVAN 

Beaumont, Texas 



MRS. MARY 

NASIR TARAZI 

Bir Zeit, Ramallah' Jordan 

MARY JANE THRASH 
Georgetown, Texas 



CHARLIE FRANK 

TYSON 
Maysfield, Texas 



BOBBIE BEA WALKER 
Snyder, Texas 





POWELL PERCY 

TIDWELL, JR. 

Granger, Texas 



NELL CARMAN 

WILKINS 

Goldthwaite, Texas 



VIRGINIA ANN 
WILKINSON 
Katy, Texas 



NOT PICTURED: 

KARL FRITZ BEYER 
Wichita, Kan. 

COYE DAVID 
BISHOP, JR. 
Lufkin, Texas 

JAMES NOLAN 

CASPARIS, JR. 

Austin, Texas 

RICHARD HARVEY 

CHANEY 
Hempstead, Texas 

JEAN HELEN CUMMINS 
Bellaire, Texas 

IVY JEAN DABNEY 
Bruni, Texas 

VERNON HENRY 

HOLMQUIST 
Georgetown, Teaxs 

LA RAY LEDGER 
Florence, Texas 

HUGH LEE LUCAS 
Freeport, Texas 



VERNON GUINN 

WILLIAMS, JR. 

Belton, Texas 

MARY JUDITH WOOD 
Uvalde, Texas 





MARJORIE CLAIRE 

ZIMMERMAN 
San Antonio, Texas 



ALBERT WILLIS 

McCullin, JR. 
Cameron, Texas 

JACK ALLEN RAMEY 
Sulphur Springs, Texas 

MALCOLM PAT 

RAWLINGS 

Sulphur Springs, Texas 

WALTER PATTERSON 

YOUNG, JR. 

Georgetown, Texas 





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OFFICERS 



MYRON DEES 
President 

BRAD MILLER 
Vice-President 

KATHY BURTON 
Secretary 



MYRON DEES 





MARJORIE MAURINE 

BAIR 

Edinburg, Texas 



DAVID RANKIN 

CARDWELL 
Junction, Texas 




OTILA MARINA 

CHAPA 
Edinburg, Texas 



DIANE COATES 
Kerens, Texas 



SHIRLEY B. DAVIS 
Ganado, Texas 




MYRON HENRY 

DEES 

Llano, Texas 



CLARE CLAIBOURNE 

EASLEY 

Georgetown, Texas 




LOY SIDNEY ESTES JANE GALE INA RUTH GARRISON 

Mountain Home, Texas San Antonio, Texas Blooming Grove, Texas 




MARY ELIZABETH 

HALLAUER 
Breckenridge, Texas 



ALICIA ANN HODGES 
Georgetown, Texas 



STANLEY KELLER 

HORWOOD 

Shiner, Texas 





WALTER PARIS 

GIBBS, JR. 
Baytown, Texas 



EDGAR WILLIAM 

JANAC 

Spring, Texas 



EVERETT BASCOM 

GRIFFIN. JR. 

Robstown, Texas 




JOHN VINCENT 

LaBARBERA 
Stoneham, Mass. 



PATTI WILLIAMS 

LaFORGE 

Uvalde, Texas 



KENNETH ELAINE 

LeBLOND 
Waxahachie, Texas 



LaRAY LEDGER 
Florence, Texas 




ELIZABETH ANN 

LEEMAN 

Winters, Texas 



CAROLYN LONGLEY 
Giddings, Texas 




NORMA JO 

MAYFIELD 

Elgin, Texas 



SAMUEL BRADLEY 

MILLER 

El Paso, Texas 




CATHERINE JOYCE LESLIE GAIL LOVELL VALDA RUTH MAECKEL 

LOVELL Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas 

Corpus Christi, Texas 




JOHN JORDAN MOOD 
Muskogee, Okla. 



LOIS ERNESTINE 

MUCKELROY 
Hempstead, Texas 



MARIE H. MURDOCK 
Rusk, Texas 




FRANKLIN RAY 

PAINTER 

Sinton, Texas 



BETTY JEAN 

ROBERTSON 

Weslaco, Texas 



RONALD WILLIAMS 

PARKER 
Georgetown, Texas 




JACK REECE SEALS 
Big Lake, Texas 




JOAN DEE QUINN 
Navasota, Texas 



WILLIAM OLIN 

RAMSEY 
St. Paul, Minn. 



JOHN MOORE 

RENTFRO 
Wharton, Texas 




ALFRED GEORGE JANE ALICE SHAFFER JOE BERT SISSOM 

SEITZ San Juan, Texas Marlin, Texas 

Georgetown, Texas 




WILLIAM JAMES 
SLAUGHTER 
Dallas, Texas 



RUSSEL WALTER 
VAN NORMAN 
Houston, Texas 



ROBERT WATSON 

SLEDGE 
Brownsville, Texas 




BOYCE ARNOLD 

VARDIMAN 

Killeen, Texas 




WILLADEAN 

STINNETT 
Pharr, Texas 



MARY ELIZABETH 

STRACKBEIN 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



KIYOKO TANABE 

Minato-Ku, Tokyo 

Japan 




JACK NEAL WALKER 
Georgetown, Texas 



JOE BRYAN 

WATTERSON 

Elgin, Texas 



MILDRED MARIE 

WEISS 

San Antonio, Texas 




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RICHARD SLOCUM 

WERNER 

Winslow, Arizona 



JIMMIE SUE 

WHITSON 

Texarkana, Texas 



MURIEL BLISS 

WITTBOLD 
Houston, Texas 



ELINOR FRANCES 

WYATT 
Texas City, Texas 






NOT PICTURED 



CHARLES DOUGLAS BURTON 
Mercedes, Texas 

RUSSEL MANDERVILLE CHANEY, JR. 
Sulphur Springs, Texas 

HENRY KARNES CORLEY 
San Saba, Texas 

FRED HUDSON GUFFY, JR. 
Belton, Texas 

VIRGINIA ANN HASSE 
Llano, Texas 

RICHARD LAWTON HAYS 
Belton, Texas 

JOHNYE FAYE LYONS HENRY 
Georgetown, Texas 

JIMMY DOUGLAS HOLBROOK 
Three Rivers, Texas 

VIRGINIA SIMPSON HOLMQUIST 
Georgetown, Texas 

BARBARA ANN SNEED MERRIT 
Galena Park, Texas 

BARBARA ANNE NASH 
Dallas, Texas 

WAYNE TRUETT PARSONS 
Burkett, Texas 

WILLIAM RICHARD THOMAS 
Ennis, Texas 

JAY LEON WOLF 
Georgetown, Texas 



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BILL YOUNGBLOOD 




NANCY ROESLER 



SENIOR OFFICERS 






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GILBERT CASTANON 
President 

BILL YOUNGBLOOD 
Vice-President 

NANCY ROESLER 
Secretary-Treasurer 




BEVERLY LUCILLE 
ALLUMS 

Beaumont, Texas 



PAUL KERN BAKER 
Dallas, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Major : Business Admin- 
tion 



MUHAMMAD RAFIQ 
ASAF 

Multan, Pakistan, India 

M.Ed. 

Major: Education 



MARGIE MILDRED 
BARNES 

Granger, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Chemistry 




PEGGY JEAN 
BERGSTROM 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. S. 

Major : Elementary Edu- 
cation 



PEGGY SUE BODINE 
Colorado City, Texas 
B.S. 

Major: Elementary Edu- 
cation 



HELEN JAMES BROWN 
Florence, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Major: Business Admin- 
istration 




JAMES ALBERT 
BERTHOLD 
Dallas, Texas 



HELEN ELAINE 
BROADWELL 

Houston, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: Art 



JOYCE KAY BROWN 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
B.A. 

Major : Religious Educa- 
tion 




KELLY PAUL BURKHART 
Corsicana, Texas 
B.S. 
Major : Chemistry 



GILBERT CASTANON 
San Antonio, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Major: Business Admin- 
istration 



DOROTHY JEAN 
CARPENTER 

Georgetown, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: Bible 



JOSEPH RAYMOND 
CAVNESS 

Austin, Texas 

B.B.A. 

Major: Business Admin- 

stration 




ONEY LEE CHAFIN 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Major: Business Admin- 
strafion 



MARGARET FRANCES 
CHURCHILL 

Smithville, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Elementary Edu- 

ucation 



BETTY ANN CLENDENIN 
Houston, Texas 
B.A. 
Major: Sociology 




MARY GLORIA 
CHAMBERLAIN 

Refugio, Texas 

B. of Mus. Ed. 

Major : Music Education 



JO ANN CLEMENTS 
Taft, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Major: Business Admin- 
tration 



BETTY LEE CRUMP 
Uvalde, Texas 
B.S. 

Major: Physical Educa- 
tion 




CARL EDWIN CULPEPPER 
Texarkana, Texas 



PEGGY LEE DAVENPORT 
Robstown, Texas 
B.A. 
Major: Spanish 



LORETTA ETHEL DALE 
Texas City, Texas 
B.A. 
Major: Mathematics 



LORETTA DAVIS 
Houston, Texas 
B.S. 
Major: Chemistry 




GEORGE ALBERT 
DAWSON 

Georgeton, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Chemistry 



TROY JOE DENT 
Timpson, Texas 
B.S. 
Major: Biology 



DAVID ROBERT 
DOUGLASS 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: History 




CHARLES EDWARD 
DENNIS 

Mineral Wells, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Philosophy 



RICHARD MORALES 
DIAZ. JR. 

Laredo, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: Education 



WILLIAM ROBERT DUFF 
Palestine, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Major: Business Admin- 
istration 




MARILYN LILLIAN 
DUSEK 

Granger, Texas 

B. of Mus. Ed. 

Major: Music Education 



CLARA JO DYCHE 
Fort Stockton, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Major: Business Admin- 
istration 



ELIZABETH ANN 

ECKMAN 

Houston, Texas 
B.A. 

Major : Religious Educa- 
tion 



JOE MADISON 

EDWARDS, JR. 
Marlin, Texas 
B.S. 

Major: Physical Educa- 
tion 




HENRY FLAK 

Fort Worth, Texas 



JOANN EVANS FOSTER 
Abilene, Texas 
B.S. 

Major : Home Econom- 
ics 



ANNA JEAN GODBEY 
College Station, Texas 




WILLIAM LEE FOLSE 
Beaumont, Texas 



COLLIN TEELE FURR 
Liberty Hill, Texas 
B.A. 
Major: Sociology 



ALBERT LLEWELLYN 

GORE, JR. 
Sinton, Texas 
B.A. 

Major: History; Educa- 
tion 




AZENETH JUSTINA 
GUILLEN 

Brady, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: fleligious 

Education 



JAMES LEWIS HARDIN 
Leander, Texas 



BONNIE JANE JACKSON 
Henderson, Texas 
B.A 

Major : Religious 
Education; Church 
Music 



MARYNEAL JACKSON 
Stephenville, Texas 
B.S. 

Major: Secondary- 
Education; English 




BETTY CHRISTINE 
JASPERSON 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: Religious 

Education 



WINFRED AUGUST 
KALMBACH 

Jarrell, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Physics 



CLOVIS FIELDS 
KENDRICK 

Gladewater, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Secondary 

Education; History 




GENELLE DOERING 
KALMBACH 
Walburg, Texas 



GEORGE LENDON 
KELLY, JR. 

Giddings, Texas 



ROSEMARY KENNY 
Sinton, Texas 
B.S. 

Major: Elementary 
Education 




ANNA CLAIRE 
LEUTWYLER 
B.S. 

Austin, Texas 
Major: Home 
Economics 



CARRIE FRANCES 
McKINNEY 
Beeville, Texas 



BETTY JEAN McCOY 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.A. 
Major: Art 



john david 
McMillan 

Thorndale, Texas 

B.S. 

Major : Physical 

Education 




virginia spencer 
McMillan 

Donna, Texas 

B.B.A. 

Major: Business 

Administration 



MALCOLM MELVIN 
MATHISON, JR. 

Texarkana, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: Biology 



ROBERT DALE MESSER 
Belton, Texas 
B.S. 
Major: Chemistry 




MARY ATHRIA 
MARNEY 

Corsicana, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: English 



LILLY CARSON 
MEITZEN 

Dickinson, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: English 



CARRIE JO MITCHELL 
Austin, Texas 
B.A. 

Major : Religious 
Education; Sociology 




CHLOE ENDA 

MITCHELL 
Liberty, Texas 
B. of Music 
Major : Piano 



FRANKIE JO 
MONTGOMERY 
Georgetown, Texas 



GEORGE DAMPIER 
MITCHELL, III 

Houston, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: Philosophy 



JIMMIE LA DORIS 
MORGAN 

De Leon, Texas 

B.A. 

Mayor: Bible; Sociology 




NELDA FAY MORGAN 
De Leon, Texas 
B.A. 
Major: Bible; Sociology 



LESLIE FIELD MUNSON 
Georgetown, Texas 
B. of Mus. Ed. 
Major : Music Education 



JAN PEASLEE 

Georgetown, Texas 

B.S. 

Major : Elementary 

Education 




STEPHEN MATTHEW 

MORRIS 

Belton, Texas 



JOYCE MARIE PEACOCK 
Beeville, Texas 
B.A. 
Major: English 



DONALD WARD 
PENNINGTON 

Georgetown, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Chemistry; 

Biology 




JOHN HARVEY PIERCY 
Dallas, Texas 



JEAN ALDINE PORTER 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
B.A. 
Major : Drama 



CHARLES BEDFORD 
PONDER 

Bartlett, Texas 

B.B.A. 

Major : Business 

Administration 



RICHARRD LOUIS RAY 
Mexia, Texas 
B.S. 
Major: Chemistry 




PHYLLIS ALDINE REESE 
Hobbs, New Mexico 
B.S. 

Major: Elementary 
Education 



SUSAN COLEMAN 
ROSSON 

Cameron, Texas 

B.A. 

Major: Elementary 

Education 



HARRY FRANK 

SEVERN, JR. 
B.B.A. 

Major: Business 
Administration 




NANCY NELLINE 
ROESLER 

Corpus, Christi, Texas 

B.A. 

Major : Religious 

Education 



CHARLES LEE SCHOEN 
Beaumont, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Major: Business 
Administration 



JEAN REID SEVERN 
Pasadena, Texas 
B.A. 

Major: English; Speech 
and Drama 




GORDON SIMMONS 
Temple, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Mayor: Business 
Administration 



CHARLES LOUIS 
SINCLAIR 

Laredo, Texas 



RUTH ELIZABETH 
SIMONS 

Edna, Texas 

B.A. 

Major : Religious 

Education 



CHARLES GROVER 
SIVELLS 

Georgetown, Texas 

B.S. 

Mayor: Mathematics 




EDWARD THOMAS 
SLAUGHTER 
Dallas, Texas 



HELEN MARIE SMITH 
Lampasses, Texas 
B.S. 

Major: Elementary- 
Education 



RAY LOVE STARNES 
Taylor, Texas 




BOYCE STANLEY 
SMITH 

Georgetown, Texas 

B.S. 

Mayor: Secondary 

Education; History and 

Government 



SALLIE KATE SMOOT 
Houston, Texas 
B.A. 
Mayor: Drama 



WILLO LYDIA 
STEINMAN 

Blanco, Texas 

B.S. 

Mayor: Elementary 

Education 




DON KIRK STOCKTON 
Daisetta, Texas 



PHYLLIS MARIE TAYLOR 
Crystal City, Texas 
B.B.A. 

Major : Business 
Administration 



DAVID SHILBY TARAZI 
Bir Zeit, Jordan 
M.S. 
Major: Chemistry 



JOHN HART 
THOMPSON 

Marlin, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Secondary 

Education; Mathematics 




MARY ELIZABETH 
VIVION 

Nashville, Tenn. 

B.S. 

Major: Secondary 

Education; Art 



LESLIE ALLEN WEST 
Waco, Texas 
B.S. 

Major: Physical 
Education 



DONALD HOUSTON 
WOLFE 

Georgetown, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Chemistry 




THOMAS MARVIN 
WEISINGER, JR. 

Conroe, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Chemistry 



MARGARET ALICE 
WINFREY 

Daisetta, Texas 

B.S. 

Major : Elementary 

Education 



KATHRYN IRENE 
WOLFER 

Houston, Texas 

B.B.A. 

Major : Business 

Administration 




CLYDE MORRISON 
WOODS 

Lufkin, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Chemistry 



CLAUDE JAY WOOLSEY 
Georgetown, Texas 
B. of Mus. Ed. 
Major : Music Education 



JOSEPH BARTHOLOMEW 
WYNNE, JR. 

Georgetown, Texas 

B.S. 

Major: Secondary Edu- 

tion, Mathematics 



JOAN YOUNG 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.S. 

Major : Biology, Chemis- 
try 




NOT PICTURED: 



JOE CHARLES BAKER 
Winters, Texas 

LESLIE ADAMS BOONE, JR. 
Brownwood, Texas 

JOHN DONALD BYERLEY 
El Campo, Texas 

JIMMIE CHARLES CAIN 
Thrall, Texas 

LAWRENCE JOSEPH CESMIROSKY 
Freeport, Texas 

TOM COYLE CLARK 
Beaumont, Texas 

BRUCENE CATHERINE COX 
San Antonio, Texas 

ARMISTEAD FISHER DAVIS 
Georgetown, Texas 

JAMES THOMAS FENWICK 
Houston, Texas 

HYMAN LEA FORTINBERRY, JR. 

WILIAM HENRY FREY 
Lyford, Texas 



JAMES REGINALD GALBREATH 
Georgetown, Texas 

BEVERLY RAY HENSON 
Kerens, Texas 

BRONISLAW, JANOWSKI 
London, England 

JACQUELYN NAVE KREGER 
Georgetown, Texas 

GEORGE HUBERT MERRITT, JR. 
Uvalde, Texas 

KENNETH RANDALL REED 
Florence, Texas 

MARIE BRIGGS STAGNER 
Taylor, Texas 

JOHN RAYMOND WIGGINS 
Georgetown, Texas 

LESTER SHERWIN WILLIAMS 
Bertram, Texas 

ELLIS MARION YOUNGBLOOD 
Beaumont, Texas 

WILLIAM EUGENE YOUNGBLOOD 
Beaumont, Texas 




Ride 'im, cowgirl! 



"Spring has sprung!" 



Cut outfit, Chloe! 



Goin' places? 



What ya got, Leslie? 




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DR. WILLIAM CARRINGTON FINCH 
President of Southwestern University 




DR. I. J. McCOOK 
Business Manager 





CARL O. BERGQUIST 

Executive Secretary of the 

Ex-Students' Association 



MARY ELIZABETH FOX 
Director of Publicity 




DR. OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 



DR. HENRY EDWIN MEYER 
Dean of the School of Fine Arts 




RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 
Dean of Women 





JOHN VERNON BERGLUND 
Dean of Men 







PEARL A. NEAS 
Registrar 



PAUL GRADY ANDERSON 
Director of Admissions 




PAUL GRADY 
ANDERSON 
A.B., A.M. 
Director of Admissions; 
Assistant Professor of Bus- 
iness Administration and 
Economics. 



JOHN VERNON 
BERGLUND 

A.B., B.D., A.M. 
Associate Professor of Re- 
ligion and Church Hist- 
ory; Dean of Men. 



CARL OSCAR 
BERGQUIST 

A.B. 
Part-T im e Instructor in 
Art, Executive Secretary 
of the Ex-Students' Asso- 
ciation. 






WILLIAM HOLLIS 
BURTON 

B.S., A.M., PhD. 
Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Education. 



JUDSON SAMUEL 
CUSTER 

B.M., M.M. 
Assistant Professor of 
Education. 



IRENE WHITESIDE 
DEUPREE 

B.S., A.M. 
Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Home Eco- 
nomics. 



IOLA BOWDEN 

B.F.A., A.B., M.Mus. 
Assistant Professor of Pi- 
ano and Music Theory 





THOMAS CLAIRE 
DOUGLASS 

B.Mus., M.Mus. 
Acting Associate Profes- 
sor and Acting Head of 
the Department of String 
Instruments. 



RUTH MORGAN 
FERGUSON 
A.B., A.M. 
Professor of English; 
Dean of Women. 




MARY ELIZABETH FOX 

A. B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of 
Journalism; Director of 
Publicity. 



ABRAHAM PENNER 
FRIESEN 

A.B., A.M., PhD. 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of Physics. 



FREDERICK ERNEST 
GAUPP 
Ph.D. 
Acting Associate Profes- 
sor of History and Gov- 
ernment. 





ILSE PARTOS GAUPP 
B.B.A. 

Assistant Librarian and 
Director of the Bindery. 



JOHN CAMPBELL 
GODBEY 

A.B., A.M., Sc.D. 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of Chemistry; 
Chairman of the Division 
of Natural and Applied 
Sciences. 




JAMES CLARK HARES 

A.B., B.D. 
Acting Associate Profes- 
sor and Acting Head of 
the Department of Relig- 
ious Education. 



GEORGE C. HESTER 

A.B., A.M., LL.D. 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of History 
and Government; Chair- 
man of the Division of So- 
cial Sciences. 



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CLAUD HOWARD 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Proiessor and Head of the 
Department of English 
and Journalism; Chair- 
man of the Division of Hu- 
manities. 





ELIZABETH RILEY 
LUNDBLAD 
B.S., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Bus- 
iness Administration and 
Economics. 



RALPH WOOD JONES 

B.M., M.M.Ed. 
Director of the Band and 
Orchestra; Associate Pro- 
fessor and Head of the 
Department of Wood- 
wind, Brass and Percus- 
sion Instruments. 



FREDERICK WALTER 
LENZ 

Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Foreign Lan- 
guages. 



MALI GOLDMANN LENZ 

Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of 
Foreign Languages. 





FRANK EDWARD LUKSA 

A.B., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and 
Head of the Department 
of Sociology. 



JAY HAMILTON McCOY 

A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of 
Foreign Languages. 



BERNICE NELSON 
MANN 
B.S. 
Instructor in Physical 
Education. 



RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 

A.B., A.M. 
Director of Athletics; As- 
soc ia t e Professor and 
Head of the Department 
of Physical Education and 
Physical Training. 





JOHN DAVID 
RICHARDS 

B.F.A., M.M.Ed. 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of Music Ed- 
ucation; Director of South- 
western University 
Choruses. 



LUDWIG HERMAN 
MERZBACH 

Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Bus- 
iness Administration and 
Economics. 





ROLAND ANGUS 
SPRINGER 

A.B., A.M. 
Associate Professor and 
Head of the Department 
of Speech and Drama. 



WENDALL LINCOLN 
OSBORN 

B.M., M.Mus. 
Acting Associate Profes- 
sor and Acting Head of 
the Department of Voice. 





EDMUND HOWARD 
STEELMAN 

Th.B., B.S., S.T.B., 

S.T.M., S.T.D. 
Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the Bishop 
Seth Ward Chair of Bible, 
University Chaplain. 



GEORGE RICHARD 
RAWLEY 

A.B., A.M. 
Librarian; Acting Associ- 
ate Professor of Library 
Science. 








DAVID SHIBLY TARAZI 

A.B. 
Fellow in Chemistry. 



OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 

A.B., A.M. Ph.D. 
Professor and head of the 
Department of Psychol- 
ogy; Dean of the College 
of Arts and Sciences. 





RALPH MARTIN 
WHITMORE 
A.B., A.M. 
Acting Associate Profes- 
sor and Acting Head ot 
the Department of Math- 
ematics and General En- 
gineering. 



JAMES FLOYD 
VALONE, JR. 
A.B., M.F.A. 
Acting Associate Profes- 
sor and Acting Head of 
the Department of Art. 



LUTHER JACOB 
WAGGONER 

A.B., B.D., A.M. 
Associate Professor of 
History and Church 
History. 



HARVEY DAVID WATTS 

A.B., B.D., A.M. 
Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Religion and 
Church History. 





MARY ELIZABETH 
WILCOX 

A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor ot 
Mathematics and 
Chemistry. 




MYRON LAWSON 
WILLIAMS 

A.B., A.M. 
Professor and Head ot the 
Department of Business 
Administration and Eco- 
nomics. 





CHRISTOPHER 
LaFAYETTE YORK 
A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the De- 
partments of Biology and 
Geology and Mineralogy. 



JOHN RICHARD 
MARTIN, M.D. 
University Physician 





JULIA D. McINTYRE 
Assistant Matron, 
Laura Kuykendall Hall 



ELLA HUGHES SMITH 
Head Matron 



MARGARET HOWE 
CORNWALL 
Assistant Matron, 
Mood Hall 




MARGARET TERRY 
WILLIAMS 
Assistant Matron, 
Laura Kuykendall Hall 



TENNIE MAE LAYMAN 
Dietician and Supervisor 
of the University 
Commons. 



JIMMIE SUE WHITSON 

R.N. 
University Nurse. 



"THE SIGN OF GOOD CLOTHES" 





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The College Man's Store 






Compliments of 

Your Sou'Wester photographer for 1951 and 1952 
For duplicate portraits write or call us. 



CLUCK'S STUDIO 



Mrs. G. S. Cluck 



Mrs. Thelma Lee Wilson 



BEST WISHES OF 



y1)RY&EANEmmER$ < 



C. C. HARRIS, MANAGER 



GEORGETOWN 



TEXAS 



J. H. COMPTON 



C. I. BRAUN 




Compton Chevrolet Company 

914 Main Street - - Phone I S3 



GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 



Compliments 



FREUND MOTOR COMPANY 

OLDSMOBILE — CADILLAC 

GMC TRUCKS 

"Everything For Your Automobile" 



110-118 E. 7th St. 



Georgetown 



ENGV ALL-PETERSON, 



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■■'.'S'/'Aii^''- 



Florist 

608 E. 12th Street 

Georgetown, Texas 

Across the Street 
From Hospital 



Compliments of 

THE BELFORD LUMBER CO. 

BUILDING MATERIALS 



Telephone 34 



Georgetown 



Wallace Sterling 
Silver Castleton 
Syracuse China 




We feature nationally 
advertised fishing and 
hunting eguipment. 



For the Finest Fishing and Hunting Equipment and Gifts for Every Occasion 
PHONE 522 PHONE 522 



TREUHARDT MOTORS 




816 MAIN STREET 
GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 



EVERYTHING TO WEAR 
Nationally Known Lines 

HOFFMAN AND SON 

GEORGETOWN 



CATES PRINT SHOP 

Specialty in Students' Stationery 
For Quality Printing 

ENGRAVING — EMBOSSING 
CHRISTMAS CARDS 

Georgetown 



Compliments of 
LUNDBLAD BROTHERS 

Gifts — Hardware 
Georgetown, Texas 



We invite you to meet your friends here, 
for good food and courteous service. 

L & M. CAFE 



GEORGETOWN 
AUTO SALES 



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Phone 101 



FOR SERVICE WITH THAT EXTRA 
SOMETHING, JUST CALL 

MILES BROS. 

Cleaners & Dyers 

Serving Georgetown and Southwestern 
for Over A Quarter of A Century 



804 AUSTIN AVE. 



PHONE 60 



SHELL FLORAL 
COMPANY 

For FLOWERS — Phone 177 
Georgetown 



NEUMAN'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 



718 Austin Avenue 



Georgetown 



Texas 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

GEORGETOWN LUMBER COMPANY 



Phone 399 

E. K. Fredericson 



Georgetown, Texas 
F. H. Engvall 



W. G. LDRD & CDMPANY 

AUTHORIZED 



PHONE 24D 



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P. O. BOX 3 6 



J. B. MANNING, MGR 

GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 



SERVING GEORGETOWN AND 
TRADE TERRITORY SINCE 1898 

THE FARMERS STATE BANK 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Georgetown 



Texas 




The Humble Company 

joins friends and relatives 

in extending heartiest congratulations 

and best wishes to the 

Class of 1952 

May every success attend you 




HUMBLE 
HUMBLE OIL & REFINING COMPANY 



AN ENDURING INSTITUTION 




The history and development of 
The National Bank of Commerce 
mirrors the paralleling growth of 
Houston. Since its beginning, this 
progressive banking institution 
has adhered to a basic policy of 
courteous and friendly financial 
assistance . . . gearing its services 
to meet the needs of industry. 










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